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The websites listed below are in English unless otherwise stated. Click on the little "+" sign to see the Categories (subjects) for that entry.
Mabel Lesslie  (Sydney, New South Wales, Australia)
Jeannie Mabel Lesslie, 1881-1961, studied china painting, pottery and design. Read about and view her work and "painted china", which often features Australian flora and fauna. The Australian National Gallery and the Powerhouse Museum also hold some of her work.   
Added Jan 2012
Mademoiselle Butterfly  (Julie Reydellet. Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
Hand decorated wares, including bespoke pieces and nightlights.    In English & French.
Added Jun 2014
Madrona Studios  (Victoria, British Columbia, Canada)
Hand-decorated and -painted basins, tiles, etc.   
Added May 2003  - Last review 13 Sep 2005
MAF Porcelaine  (Marie-Claire Frass. Clarens, Switzerland)
This site showcases the artist's activities and porcelain jewellery, with galleries, designs and a large range of blanks, plus details of her books and the magazine ART & Porcelaine (edited by Patrice Frass).    In various languages.
Added Mar 2012  - Last review 1 Sep 2016
Magie del Colore  (Marialuisa Bertolotti. Milan, Italy)
Artist working in a range of styles from classic to modern.    In Italian.
Added Oct 2011
The Museum holds works by china painter and studio potter Alice Egan Hagen, featured in the 2002 exhibition of 100 years of china painting in Nova Scotia. Visit the Virtual Museum of Canada to see some of these works online.
Their Inglis collection of household ceramics (not shown) ranges from creamware and commemorative lustreware throught to some Spode and Wedgwood.   
Added Jan 2006
Maijun kadenjaljet  (Maiju Leponiemi. Espoo, Finland)
Includes china painting.    In Finnish.
Added Jan 2006  - Last review 4 Apr 2010
Maison de la Porcelaine  (Aixe-sur-Vienne, France)
Large factory near Limoges with a showroom and guided tours. Hand-made porcelain includes dinner services (some 18th century patterns); whiteware, firsts and seconds available.    In English & French.
Added May 2001  - Last review 12 Aug 2015
MAK  (Museum für angewandte Kunst. Vienna, Austria)
Information about the MAK and its library, activities and guided tours. Visit in person to see European and Oriental applied art, and permanent exhibits with pieces from the Vienna Porcelain Manufactory. Many of these items can also be viewed online.    In English & German.
Added Jun 2002  - Last review 18 Mar 2017
makART  (Martin A. Knapp. Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, United States)
Large watercolour site with general art links, and 'art resources' discussing design and composition, the colour wheel, golden mean, etc.   
Added Oct 2004  - Last review 27 Aug 2005

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Compiled by porcelain artist R. Janette Graham (Janri)
A selected listing of china painters' personal and business sites; associations and museums; some brush, kiln and paint manufacturers; fine china and potteries; plus magazines, schools and suppliers from around the world.
Updated 28 May 2017.

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